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CNBC
Jul 13, 2014 7:30pm EDT
, chicago, new york, the greater orlando area. i mean, i can go on. atlanta would be another one. but you can figure those out. you're going to find the best airfares and hotel deals all rolled into one. it's a great deal. >> you just helped me plan my vacation, mark, thank you so much. mark orwall, pleasure again to see you, mark. >>> will recaall right. that's the show for today. each week keep it here because we are "on the money." and have a great weekend. bulldog: it's true! i am a bundle of talent! but my friends are learning skills that can change a life. that's why mattress discounters good deed dogs is raising money to help train dogs like suzie to engage students in schools and special education classes. while ginger visits folks in the hospital offering quiet comfort. with your help, we can do even more! make a donation at mattressdiscountersdogs.com or any mattress discounters. mattress discounters good deed dogs helping dogs help people. [ticking] >> what would you do with your money if you were fabulously wealthy like greg carr? he decided to pour it into one of the most
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 7:00pm EDT
north side: wrigley field at 100" which looks at the history and impact the home of the chicago cubs has had on the franchise. he also discusses his career as a syndicated columnist and the controversy surrounding one of his recent columns involving sexual assault on college campuses. >> george f will, a nice little plac t
Bloomberg
Jul 13, 2014 7:00pm EDT
. nikkei futures trading in chicago pointing to a higher open, this after wall street recovered a bit on friday. dollar yen is weakening at after risk off bets strengthened the yen last week. this morning is looking to be a slightly different story. australia's trade minister said recent defense agreements with japan don't pose any threat to a long-awaited free-trade you with china. let's head over to paul allen in sydney. is the trade minister being a little bit optimistic here? angie, if you consider the long history of animosity between china and japan, you have to say yes, especially taking into consideration the events of last week, of course the japanese prime minister was here in australia. he was very warmly received heard one of the things that was agreed was a technology transfer on defense. namely in hydrodynamics. it all sounds a bit boring, but in layman's terms that paves the way for joint development of a , which is extraordinary when you consider behind here in the sydney harbour, a japanese submarine was blown up, killing the submariner's onboard. toni went furthe
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
you talked about your experience on the commission investigating the alleged corruption in chicago of the case where the judge was alleged to have thrown for a pride and to a great acclaim you said that if the dissent had been issued in that case the whole scale might have been avoided. it does this concern with neutrality in concert with the fair treatment of the fact two experiences like that? >> guest: i suppose it does. in that case, it was also involved in the appearance of eternity because certainly the judges shouldn't be buying stock recommended to them by litigants which is what happened to a couple of feet justices come about the appearance of being partially À la the is very important in the process. connect the end or look at the same court and the cases that it has handled with andy barnett professor of the legal theory at georgetown law center. professor barnett is a contributor to the book a conspiracy against obamacare and the healthcare case. here he talks about the supreme court's decision to uphold the constitutionality of the affordable care act individual mand
FOX Business
Jul 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
by retired football players, including former chicago bears quarterback, jim mcmahon, now sparking a federal investigation of the nfl for a prescription drug abuse. the "new york daily news" reports the drug enforcement agency is looking into the abuse of pain killers, sleeping pills and other drugs in nfl locker rooms. >>> and police arresting a man accused of causing a massive wildfire in northern california. he was allegedly at a illegal marijuana growing spot when exhaust fumes from his truck ignited the dry grass. the so-called bully fire, which is north of sacramento, has now grown to nearly five square miles. >>> i'll be back with arthel neville for a half hour of news. and then the doctors will be in for "sunday house call" two hours from now at 12:30 eastern. i'm eric shawn. now back to "sunday morning futures" and maria. >>> next weekend, a big international air show will spotlight the aerospace industry, not only the united states' leading exporter of manufactured goods, but also growing. last year, usair owe space $72 it imported. and that figure was up 10% over the pre
FOX
Jul 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
heading to a tuscan island. >>> streets looked like a lake outside of chicago after a powerful win storm, or rain storm moved through that area. this was the scene, as cars try to make their way through water logged streets and sidewalks, yesterday. the the flooding was so deep that some residents were trapped inside of their homes, for quite a while. >>> and tv personality, and celebrity baker, buddy finds himself in an emergency situation and it is not inside the kitchen. he and his family were boating near staton island saturday night when they got stuck out of the water. he said thick fog made it impossible for him to see within 5 feet ahead. not wanting to take any chances, he called for the fire department and they came to rescue the group. >>> we have had some fun activities for pets and their owners. this is in chestnut hill. this is part of the first ever dog days of summer festival. pets lined up for these events, photo boots and also to have caricatures made. there are arts and craft for children that came out. many animal rest kind and booths taking part in this. >>> we
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 2:00pm PDT
cities in chicago, legal immigrants and how this will impact them. >>> the picture are heartrending but you look at the pundits and even on fox, you have people saying obama should is gone to the border. is there something about the crisis that has even former presidential cheerleaders upping ship? >> this is a significant news story happening real time with great pictures. >> happy to see the pictures. >> exactly. obama has lost the step on this. i don't think anyone believes the guy who campaigned does not care about photo ops. all politicians care about photo ops, particularly this one. there was a, why is he being stubborn and there was an interesting conversation on another network i watched on another network "morning joe," and they were pressing the guest, why won't he go to the border and do the photo open and a lot of it was professional frustration the white house is dug in and refused to go what obviously is the right moral and legal thing. >> at the same time, are some of the media unfairly blaming rebound who asked congress for $4 billion in funding and is getting push back
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 12:30pm PDT
chicago and seattle are looking to boost their minimum wage and put more money in the pockets of low-wage workers. but could those good intentions backfire, and have negative consequences for local business. let's talk about it with brenda buttner. hey, brenda, good to see you. >> nice to see you. >> the minimum wage in chicago might go up to $13 an hour. the mayor is behind that. >> that's a 58% increase. >> yeah. that's a big -- a huge increase. >> yeah. >> i'm going to bundle something in and you can break it down. private companies like ikea decided to increase the minimum wage without government prodding, if you will. is it a trend, or is this something you look at by a case-by-case, city-by-city basis? >> you made an slept point which is, basically, do you want government to tell you how to set your wages, or should a business set its own wages? i think the trend really is to raise minimum wage. it's very -- in an election year it's very positive. it gets a lot of votes. but the truth is that you have to look at it in a case-by-case basis. chicago has a huge unemployment rate. seatt
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 12:00pm PDT
behind the shooting spike in new york and chicago. >> are folks more interested in politics or solving the problem. if they're interested in solving the problem, then this can be solved. if the preference is for politics, then it won't be solved. >> that was president obama in dallas this week, attempting once again to frame the debate over immigration. and pointing the finger at republicans for failing to act. under fire for his decision not to visit the texas border during a three-day fund-raising swing through the state, the president is asking congress for millions. it's turned into a political and humanitarian crisis for the administration. joining us this week, dorothy, and columnist kim strosel, and mary o'grady. mary, you followed this issue for years, migration from the americas to the united states. what is behind this influx of children? >> well, i think, paul, what you have is a combination of factors, both push and pull factors. from central america, you have lots of crime and violence. >> right. >> and that's well documented. general kelly wrote a piece in the mil
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 11:00am PDT
america's biggest cities. what's behind the shooting spike in new york and chicago. >> are folks more interested in politics or solving the problem. if they're interested in solving the problem, then this can be solved.
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 12:02pm EDT
came not from medicine, but physics. this is a statute at the university of chicago entitled nuclear energy. there is a wonderful book called "the physicists" that talks about physicists during and after the war. in the 1930's, scientists trying to understand pure science were trying to understand the nature of the atom, and possibly the most exciting time was the -- scientific news in 1939 was the fission of the nucleus. that happened in germany. the question arose, if energy can be derived from splitting the atom, can you make a bomb? no one was quite sure. you might be able to. you would need two separate isotopes. you would need uranium 235. there is a wonderful play called "copenhagen." any of you seen or read it? it is a great play. it sets up this question in the early years of the war about whether or not you can make a bomb. it revolves around what we know was a true interaction between heisenberg -- probably the most brilliant physicist of the 20th century, including einstein -- and niels bohr, and it took place in copenhagen, this meeting. heisenberg visited niels bohr. we
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 8:30am PDT
district is in chicago, o'hare airport, midway airport, northwest -- >> northwest-southwest side. >> schieffer: you heard rick perry some strong words about the president. owe said basically he is just not interested in solving this problem on the border. >> well, governor perry is just wrong on that issue. let's first -- kept repeating the border the border, wants more national guardsmen. the children wouldn't come. the children come, bob, fleeing violence and torture, murder and rape. so they're going to continue to come as long as those conditions exist and we don't fix our broken immigration system. let's just put in context what the governor said. at the height of george bush's presidency in 2002 -- during george bush's presidency, 1,600,000 crossing the border to mexico from. today it's under 40 0,000. george bush, average of about 200,000 people deported a year, average over his eight years. six years of president barack obama 400,000. over two million deported. those at the border in terms of deportation there has been enforcement. here is the problem, we spend $18 billio
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am PDT
mother not to see and think about the children who live in the inner-cities in chicago, legal immigrants, and how all of this is going to impact them. >> the picture res hard wrenching, jonah goldberg. but when you look at the pundits, even on fox, saying obama should have gone to the border. is there something about this border crisis that has even presidential cheerleaders jumping ship? >> people are covering because it's a significant news story happening realtime with great pictures and great pictures not in -- in the journal. >> not happy to see the picture. >> exactly. and so obama simply seems to have lost the step on this one. and i don't think anybody believes that, you know, the guy who campaigned at the brandonberg gate doesn't care about photo ops. all politicians care about photo ops. this one in particular does. so there was a certain sort of why is he being stubborn about there? there was an interesting conversation on morning joe on another network i watched for reasons having to do with original sin that, you know, they were pressing chuck todd, why won't he g
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 10:30am EDT
station that makes the chicago stockyards of the old days look like it small. really. it's 100 acres sitting out in farmland, but they will have double-decker trains, i mean, be able to double stack boxes, boxcars, containers, taking all the stuff westinghouse is making, and carrier, and all the rest and the old manufacturing and they will get to the port of baltimore one quarter of the cost, three times the speed. what we are doing, what you are doing is we're widening tunnels so the stress can go through with a double decks on on them, switching yards are changing. it's kind of a profound impact. tractate transportation system is today, and i know you know all this, more than 52 million tons of goods worth nearly $46 billion every single day. almost 40 tons of freight per person per year for everyone who lives in america. that's only going to grow. what about the rail system? is a growing anywhere near proportion? what we need now, let alone, let alone, we are going to need. big debate, you know this in alabama is whether not you've got to slow down rail freight because it's too da
FOX
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am PDT
rain in illinois is causing problems in the suburban areas. option and this is southwest of chicago and some people had to drive through roads there. and some garages and basements were also flooded. >> we are getting a look this morning at stunning images of the super moon. >> rare cosmic event causes the man to appear brighter and clearer than normal. it is the position in the sky and this is a look over the skies of los angeles overnight. if you missed it, two more super moons are expected august 10th and september 9th. >> disappointing news for portland, oregon. the city has attempted to set a new record for tree hugging and did not succeeds. >> just 500 people turned out. following well short of the record. >> that is 2,000 people in the issue shop country of nepal. now the tree hugging record was set last year. they wrap their arms around a tree for a full minute. >>> it is amazing courage and resilience from a teenager. >> i know that my mom, dad, brian, emily, becca. and zack are in a much better place. >> the lone survivor speaks pub libly for the first time. physicianal ch
KRON
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am PDT
talk about where the storms hit chicago. over the weekend. and you can see now chicago is now starting to dry out and the storms have moved farther east. and to parts of new york. and this here is where we can see the stronger storms later today. but the threat of storms and some damaging hail and wind gusts. here is what we are expecting for your national forecast today. chicago looking for a high of 84 under partly cloudy conditions. they will get a break from the storms today. new york cloudy. 92 degrees. cloudy at 91. and 101. and highs in the 80s. in the bay area. cloudy skies for all of us up in the north bay. for the coast. we have airport delays this morning and arriving flights averaging almost an hour, due to the fog, clouds and construction. if we have patchy drizzle. and then for ical clouds move in. higher humidity and the week we'll see sunny skies and the temperatures not as warm. and no stormy activity. high pressure increased, temperatures today through tomorrow. and the temperatures heating up to the 90s for some locations on monday. today though a lot of 80.
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am PDT
. artists from tokyo, chicago and the bay area. this is part of japan week up there celebration traditions. still a huge part of the japanese-american culture. and another japan town in san jose. this is going to be closed to cars and filled with boots for the annual bazaar. and later it's filled with dancers. that's tonight and tomorrow night. both nights. we remember it with joy and so, we dance. and we eat. and we play carnival games. always so much to do. so let's slow it down a little. by heading to sycamore grove park. yes, the park has that calendar. here's the rest of the pictures on the back of the calendar. you're learn there from ranger don, to teach you about reptiles from all over -- i know, i know. we didn't have good video from the event. my favorite was always leonardo. i'll be back here tomorrow morning to help you with the commute. >>> california's legislative democrats are in a bind over affirmative action. two large blocks, latino and asian-american legislators disagree upon what should be done on the rift in the massive democratic majority. larry gerston is
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am PDT
career as a critic for the "chicago sun-times" and became the first film critic to win a pulitzer prize in 1975. he's perhaps best known for the critiques and widely debate they offered on their widely popular television show. ebert didn't just tackle mainstream flick, he lauded some of the best films in 1989 and 192 respectively. and in april 2013, ebert passed away during a decade long, brave battle with cancer. steve james brought ebert back to the big screen with a documentary that chronicles his inspirational life. it's called life itself. it's named after ebert's best-selling autobiography. it was filmed during the last four months of robert ebert's wife. joining us now is robert ebert's wife, chaz ebert. >> i watched you many a sunday morning. i'm really happy to be here with you today. >> i am completely humbled to know that you know i exist. and in actually -- >> are you kidding? i have to tell you, i bond with my granddaughter over you, who loves you. she's a graduate of pomona, really smart, just like you. and your demographics whe s are the charts. we all love you. >> that's
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am PDT
here. i go deeper than posted on the wall. it's been very active over the midwest. chicago and milwaukee getting hit hard. but look at this. south of chicago, in urbana, four inches of rain fell. widespread reports. six to seven inches across the area. it's been nasty. in addition, over a dozen reports, rather two dozen reports of severe weather. that severe weather threat continues today. from southeastern parts of missouri up to the ohio river valley. my home, columbus, ohio. into new york and pennsylvania. strong winds potentially a problem. can't rule out hail. and the slight chance of a tornado. the big story, what a lot of people are talking about, this fall-like chill. 60 degrees in duluth. 58 in marquette, michigan, tomorrow. that's not a good beach day. that's jacket weather kind of day. and the opposite going on out west. heat advisories are posted. fire, weather warnings. could see fire with the lightning. temperatures into the 90s and triple digits. boise at 102 today. >> and that severe threat moves to the east. we'll talk about that in a few minutes. guys? >> man,
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am EDT
schick is a collection manager at the shedd aquarium in chicago. is there any antidote? >> not currently. >> before you go eeeewwww just look. >> jell lease don't want to sting us. they are just floating around doing their thing trying to catch food. they're misunderstood. they're quite beautiful. >> since it opened in 2011, the jellies exhibit at the shedd aquarium has been seen by two million or so people a year. it's that popular. why jellis, not jellyfish because they aren't actually fish. what are they? >> they are a little bag of water that swims around. >> something like 97% water. they have no bones and most no brain or eyes. they existed for at least 500 million years. and are found in every depth and temperature throughout the ocean. there is even a lake thick with them in the pacific island country of paloa with all that few varieties the stingers are on their tentacles. >> the tentacles they have what's called a nematocyst like a microscopic harpoon under pressure, a hair trigger fires it off and injects in to whatever it hits. >> adult jelly, male or female is call
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 6:00am PDT
. 69 on monday in chicago. so it certainly is going to cool down and we will talk more about that in just a couple of minutes, guys. >>> dylan, turn that into the powerful words of the sole survivor of the horrific manslaughter last week. the 15-year-old spoke out for the first time at a memorial service for her family. we have more. >> reporter: 15-year-old cassidy's faith showed remarkable strength during a memorial as others wiped away tears. >> i am really thankful for all the people that have been praying for me and keeping me and my family in the thoughts. >> reporter: cassidy is the only one to survive the horrific attack at her spring texas home. >> i am on a straightforward path to a full recovery. >> reporter: police say she was shot execution style along with her parents and her four siblings, age 4-13. she survived after putting her hands to her head as the bullet grazed her. the suspectsth gunman was reportedly looking for his ex-wife when he broke into his former sister-in-law's home. >> she had the presence of mind to remain quiet and to play dead. >> reporter: then, c
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am EDT
chicago. it's called the great bull run and it's the first of its kind in the chicago area. the organizer wanted to run with the bulls in spain but found it was too expensive so he started a run at home. no one was hurt during this one. >>> in the week ahead crews will move a wrecked cruise ship off the italian coast. tomorrow they will float the "costa concordia" and ten dug boats will drag it to a port for demolition. 32 died when the ship capsized three years ago. the captain is facing multiple charges includiner causing a ship wreck and abandoning the ship. >>> 77 years since amelia earhart vanished while attempting to fly around the world. >> seven decades later 31 years later amelia rose earhart took on the challenge and completed the journey. nbc's joe fryer has her story. >> reporter: there was much anticipation surrounding the final landing of this modern day amelia earhart. it seems certain her around the world flight would end smoothly. >> my girl. >> reporter: this odyssey was about something deeper. >> i feel like it's a part of me, it was what i was born to do and now, we di
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 8:45am EDT
days into it i was in love. these kids come us know pcd new chicago in remote, the three neighborhoods that surround the masses, $7885 annual median and come. of the children of families with children under 18 years old, 12.5% since the married couple. fewer than 50% have an operating vehicle. it'll just take your ballot pretends more likely to be incarcerated than a college by his 18th birthday. 60% of children under the age of six named the grandmother is head of household. it is as bad as it gets in his kids showed up to practice every day with a smile on their face and a willingness to work because anything to be part of some positive, they were there and i fell in love with the resilience. i fell about the respectfulness. i will at the preconceived notion of what i was going to find them sinners to be all african-americans cool animation has been slapped because what i found was not what i expected. just kids. just wanted to have a level playing field an opportunity to be part of anything positive. and there may think of it to the dreaming and not two and half weeks
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2014 5:00am PDT
chicago inside his belt. his family said they hoped to find work to help pay his mother's medical bills. let's go to nbc's mark potter in texas. can you del us more about how these deaths occur? >> reporter: unlike arizona where there's the desert border where people die close to the border, in texas they tend to die further north. the way that occurs is they come across the river here. if they get past the border patrol they then are picked up by smugglers and put into stash houses and then put in cars and driven north. on hi way 281 there's a problem area about 60, 70 miles north. there's a border patrol checkpoint there. the smugglers will stop just south of that checkpoint, a mile or so, and have tim grants get out and walk around the checkpoint on that ranch land there, and that's very tough terrain. it's san dirks hard to walk in. it's hot. fences you have to climb through, often not a lot of water. people have died there by the hundreds. ranch hands dr. mike and linda vickers have had a lot of people die there on their land. now there's a lot of attention on this. that's why the
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am EDT
. temperatures only around 69 on monday in chicago. so it certainly is going to cool down. we'll talk more about that. >>> turn now to the powerful words of a sole survivor of that massacre in texas last week. the 15-year-old that helped track down the man charged with the killings spoke out for the first time at a memorial service for her family. >> reporter: 15-year-old cassidy stay showed remarkable strength. >> i'm really thankful for all of the people that have been praying if he more and keeping me and my family in their thoughts. >> reporter: cassidy is the only one to survive the attack at her spring texas home. >> i'm on a straight path for recovery. >> reporter: police say she was shot execution style along with her parents and four siblings. cassidy survived. the suspected gunman ronald haskell was reportedly looking for his ex-wife when he broke into his former sister-in-law's home. >> she had the presence of mind to remain quiet and play dead. >> reporter: then cassidy called 911. police say she saved her grandparents believed to be the shooter's next part. in court, haskell's knees
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2014 4:30am PDT
corporations. similar laws are being considered in chicago and boston, philadelphia and san francisco. stephen caldeira is president and ceo of the international association that is seeking to overturn the seattle law saying they treat franchises unequality. makina howell is with the main street alliance. she's been the leader in getting the seattle minimum wage bill pass zed. great to see you guys. >> great to be back on, j.j., thank you. >> thank you. >> i want to step back a moment from the franchise, is it a big business or small business and talk about raising the minimum wage. makini, you worked hard to get this bill passed. why is it so important? >> i always believed in raising the minimum wage. we need a living wage. $9 an hour is not a living wage, neither is $7 or $2, the federal tip wage. none of us here sitting here debating this would accept that. it boosts the economy. with the raise of the wage in seattle, putting $3 billion more into low wage workers pockets. that goes to the sneaker shop down the street or my restaurant. that goes directly to small business owners bo
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am EDT
-- meteorologist deepwater horizon. we will -- eboni deon. chicago now the rain is moving out of your area, and we'll get clearing as we go through the day. indianapolis stretching to colorado. this morning it's rain, but we can see a few lightening strikes with the storms moving through kansas. it's along the frontal boundary. there's a secondary front. it's not responsible in the way of rainfall. it will bring changes in the way of cooling down. meanwhile, in advance of it we have warm moist flows coming in off the gulf of mexico, the set up for strong to severe storms. today maim in the interior sections. pittsburgh to rochester. to the start of the work week it will push further east into the d.c. area. today looks like it should be in good shape. as we get to the week ahead, that's where we are set up for downpours. some areas could end up to 3-4 inches in rainfall. today it looks like the flood participation will stay back out across parts of the midwest and illinois, back across missouri, and we'll see the rain adding up. the grounds already saturated. it looks like the heaviest will be
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am EDT
lawsuit against the president, and from the president's hometown newspaper the "chicago "let's gethat says this straight, john boehner, the republican speaker of the house of representatives whose party wants to repeal obamacare plans to sue the president for failing to fully implement obamacare. the president who did everything he could to push the measure through congress refuses to enforce provisions that he signed into law. who declared it opposite day in washington? next we will be seeing the tea party demanding higher taxes and nancy pelosi joining the national rifle association. there are other rich ironies in seeming spectacle. if congress thinks the president is running amok, it has plenty of ways to rein him in. they can pass legislation overruling him, it can hold funding for this or other priorities, it can even impeach him and remove him from of fice, an option speaker boehner has rejected." let's go next to bill joining us from virginia. good morning. caller: good morning. whyn't understand how and john boehner wants to sue the president of the united states. thre
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 6:00am EDT
accelerated right into the restaurant. >>> it's been a deadly weekend in chicago. two people were killed and 19 others shot in just 48 hours. police say a domestic argument led to one of the murders. a 27-year-old man and his mother were shot multiple times. the 27-year-old did not make it. the other murder was the result of a drive-by shooting. so far this month, 23 people have been killed in chicago bringing this year's murder rate to 207. >>> the 15-year-old texas girl who survived an attack that killed her whole family says she'll get through it. >> i would like to thank all of the first responders, nurses and doctors that have taken care of me. i'm feeling a lot better. i am on a very strict forward path to recovery. >> cassidy stay was released from the hospital friday two days after a bullet fractured her skull. she survived wednesday's brutal attack by playing dead. nbc dan shenman tells us how her community is rallying around her. >> reporter: hundreds gathered in the quiet suburb of houston to pause and remember six lives lost and to celebrate the amazing courage of 15-year-old
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 3:00am PDT
. nationwide is on your side. >>> quick headlines for you. another violent week in the city of chicago. three people killed and 21 others hurt in shootings since friday. most of the shootings are gang-related. this comes after a fourth of july weekend when 16 people were killed and 82 others were hurt in shootings. for a city that has t stri strictest rules in america. >>> and buddy valastro was stranded on a boat with his family this weekend when the thick fog rolled in. the fog was just drifting into a dangerous shipping canal. all were saved and safe. buddy later tweeted, next time we go out at night, we need to check the forecast. #mywifewantstokillme. >>> can the bible inspire you to lose weight? dr. manny alvarez searched through the holy book and found proof that the bible can be your very own health manual. he joins us now to explain all of this. good morning, dr. alvarez. >> good morning. >> how are you? >> listen, not only to lose weight but live a healthy life. i get bombarded here at fox with writers and books and talking heads, everybody has a new seed that is going to make you l
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 3:00am PDT
chicago area yesterday. we had two rounds of rain and you can see these showers now pushing to the south and to the east. but incredible amounts. we had two to four inches fall outside of chicago. in portions of illinois we had four to six inches and that was in a couple of hours, so in about two hours. we had two to four inches falling. so there was standing water all over the city, especially right outside. we have the risk of severe weather today stretching from indianapolis all the way through pittsburgh and that's going to spread into monday as well. more populated areas, washington, philly and new york. so we're going to be watching for that and guys, the big story is going to be this cooler air filtering in. we're going to see temperatures drop, barely making it to 70 degrees tuesday and wednesday, that's running about 15 degrees below normal and a lot of cities, a lot of cities in the north will see lows in the 40s and 50s waking up tuesday morning. >> the 40s in mid july. that is crazy. although i think some people will welcome it. >> i would. >> just for a change. >> jenn
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 6:00am EDT
chicago to philadelphia, and down toward atlanta, as well. there are showers popping up around the region, mainly dry this afternoon and tonight. nydia. >> chase utley received his all star jersey against the nationals. the all star break begins after the game. utley had a key play in last night's loss, snapping the phils 5 game win streak. >> reporter: the phillies who have been in last place in the last few weeks, phillies trying to win their 6th straight against washington. phils fans have lots to bark about, but chase utley and the phils are fans best friends for the last few weeks. jason worth said go fetch in the 6th. phils down 3-0. worth drove in 3 runs. put on the rally caps, bottom 6th. here come the phils, in the hole, jimmy rollins scores, here comes chase utley, he scores, phils get within 1. then in the 8th. benefit revere up the middle, rbi single. revere only in the lineup because dom brown got sick in the last minute. chopper to second. chase utley misplays it. they give him an extra out. it comes back to haunt them. ryan zimmerman 0-2. oh, no, the rbi single. phil
Univision
Jul 13, 2014 5:30am EDT
universitaria. en la ciudad de chicago recrean una de las mÁs significativas festividades taurinas. mi nombre es roberto. hola roberto. un anuncio en la televisión dijo que pudiera reducir mi deuda por 50 por ciento. me dijeron que deje de pagar mis cuentas, y que no hable con mis acreedores. ellos se encargarían de todo. yo les di miles de dólares, pero la mayoría se fue a sus honorarios. [narradora] salir de la deuda no es rápido ni fácil. hay personas que le dirán cualquier cosa sólo para ganar su confianza. sonaba perfecto. hice todo lo que me dijeron que hiciera. nunca pagaron mis acreedores, ni siquiera estaban en contacto con ellos. resulta que estoy más en deuda, porque las tasas y los intereses de mis tarjetas siguieron acumulando. [narradora] malos consejos de los llamados expertos pueden empeorar su situación financiera. entonces, el banco me rechazó para una hipoteca. y eso es cuando me di cuenta que mi crédito se arruinó. debería haber hablado directamente con mis acreedos del principio. [narradora] hay un mejor manera para obtener ayuda. hable con sus ac
FOX Business
Jul 13, 2014 4:00am EDT
their cars fixed. with more on the fox businesses jeff locke was in chicago. jeff. reporter: still driving them, as you pointed out. earlier in this broadcast these cars were all of the road. this is a 2005 saturn ion and has been recalled and not been repaired and i want to take you inside to introduce you to someone who owns this car, joanna how and this cars on now. look what i just did. i just hit it and turned it off. happens to you a lot. >> yeah, when driving occasionally. reporter: and you actually find yourself able as jerry did earlier the broadcast to turn it on quickly and not panic. >> i do panic, but i tried it on quickly. reporter: that is amazing. >>> yeah, it has become a habit at this point. reporter: has a few feel at this point in this car? >> as long as it is often feel okay. reporter: interesting. take a look at the numbers in terms of hobby cars need to be repaired and how many have been repaired. we are talking 2.6 million recalled and at this .410000 repaired. what are they telling you about repairs, joanne? >> we are currently waiting to get it repaired an
Univision
Jul 12, 2014 11:30pm PDT
universitaria. en la ciudad de chicago recrean una de las mÁs significativas festividades taurinas. cabello torturado... ¡esto sí es daño! fructis damage eraser con el complejo de fitoqueratina, reconstruye la fuerza en un 90%, de la raíz a la punta. ¡lista para todo! fructis damage eraser garnier. ¿si tu pudieras ser un dinosaur¡un tiranosaurio rex! pero y si te da hambre de noche y con los brazos chiquititos del tiranosaurio no puedes atascarte con - mi nuevo chick-n-tater melt munchie meal. tiene pollo crujiente, hash browns, y queso derretido en un croissant con mantequilla. a ver, y tu que serias? un tiranosaurio rex de brazos largos. Órale. my más que la edad, lo que he dimporta es cómo se siente unoa opor dentro. por ejemplo, yo me siento bien y pues sé que me veo bien... ...osea, no seré último modelo, pero pues quiero funcionar de lo mejor, ¿no? por eso busco un compañero que me cuide y que me de chevron con techron. tu auto hace mucho por ti. cuídalo. chevron con techron. cuídalo siempre. ¡ayyy! ¿en serio? para mí? ya me voy a poner rojo... ♪ >> en noticias i
SFGTV
Jul 12, 2014 11:00pm PDT
chicago fire departments asking us to be apart of the study that was going to be the largest study in the history of the firefighters profession. we were told by the especially deemologist that they did not feel that firefighters were going to show cancer. the reason being, we're considered to be a healthier population in the work force. the first phase of the study was published and this is the results. it showed that firefighters have higher rates of cancers, digestive cancers, respiratory cancers and two times the rate of prostate cancer. last month, i was invited by the arizona northwestern firefighters association to speak at a conference and update them on the studies we've been involved in. i contacted david daniels the head of especially deemologist that running the study. i asked him for some statistical information. what i wanted was the deaths due to cancer from the year to 2000 to 2009 and he gave me that that information and that was active firefighters in that 9-year period. and it wasn't the 50 plus that died up to this point in 2014. he -- told me it was 32% of all dea
CNN
Jul 12, 2014 10:00pm PDT
is a 60-year-old black man from the south side of chicago who never in a million years would have been on "shindig," and there he is. ♪ you don't believe a word i said ♪ >> the stones clearly wore their heart on their sleeve for blues and r&b. you can hear traces of delta blues inside of keith's guitar. they tried to be as authentic to the core as possible, even so much that their first few american recordings were done in chicago. ♪ the dogs begin to bark, the hounds begin to howl ♪ >> the chicago kids rhythm and blues, that's where it started. you know, the white people over there know nothing about rhythm and blues at all. >> it's negro music, isn't it? >> in america, even in the black community, had abandoned certain aspects of black culture. even by the mid-'60s. the blues in particular had been sort of pushed aside by soul music and r&b, which was considered more modern. ♪ pretty little women stand in a line ♪ >> the stones, the animals, the yardbirds, the british groups picked up the american blues, where the americans were kind of letting it go. >> and in a str
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 12:00am EDT
, people like me now matthews in chicago speaking out about was going on in chicago. anyone who uses language i would move in our little bit. if i remove riders then i cut down why audiences. i know that there is already an economic system against writers in general. and so just trying to figure out how the woodwork. personally, talking about american the way that i see america which is close to the way that it is, probably not exactly, but close. i think that is helpful, but i don't think that it is enough. >> enough to do what? >> to have anybody take their cell phone out of a pocket and thing, while, this is a san. this should be the 11th send in the bible. to really end the stand, you know, to really understand you we are in the world him what we're doing, criticizing all kinds of other people and it's easy to do. but who i am, what i am doing, and that is to actually identify the writer and reader with the essential truth. >> you asked what we need to do as writers. what can we do to offer some sort of truth to raise consciousness as something like that? and trained as a histori
Univision
Jul 12, 2014 11:30pm EDT
fraternidad universitaria. en la ciudad de chicago recrean una de las mÁs significativas festividades taurinas. cabello torturado... ¡esto sí es daño! fructis damage eraser con el complejo de fitoqueratina, reconstruye la fuerza en un 90%, de la raíz a la punta. ¡lista para todo! fructis damage eraser garnier. ♪ >> en noticias internacionales la atenciÓn sigue en la franja de gaza, ha vivido su dÍa mÁs sangriento desde que comenzÓ la ofensiva israelÍ para poner fin al disparo de cohetes del grupo hamas. hoy murieron cortÉs y palestinos en los diferentes lugares. se eleva a 150 la cifra de muertos durante los Últimos 5 dÍas. la extraÑa muerte de un joven universitario que se iniciaba en una fraternidad ha iniciador interrogantes, juan carlos gonzÁlez desde california nos habla de cÓmo avanza la investigaciÓn de este caso que tiene consternados a los familiares de las vÍctimas. >> armando villa tenÍa 19 aÑos. habÍa terminado su primer aÑo en la fue nuestra de california, pasÓ varias pruebas para ingresar a la fraternidad pi kapa five. le faltaba una pasar por el bosque.
CNN
Jul 12, 2014 8:00pm PDT
the civil rights movement north to chicago. and the issue is housing. >> the northern scene was a far more complicated scene and did not have the advantage of the jim crow law as a target. >> it was one thing for northern liberals when the issue was integration in selma. quite a different thing when it was in cicero. >> if let's say 10 or 20 families moved into cicero, which is a town of 70,000? >> they'd get killed. >> it was the beginning of serious white backlash against the entire civil rights movement. >> the nation suddenly learned what it should have known, that racial prejudice was not just a southern problem, it was nationwide. if whites in the north formerly could comfort themselves by pointing an accusing finger at the south, they could do so no longer. >> once again showing open hostility towards the civil rights demonstrators. these people here are firmly opposed to these marches. moreover, they don't see where they serve any useful purpose. >> most of the national press categorizes chicago as a defeat for king. >> i can say that i have never seen, even in mississippi and
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 11:00pm EDT
watch is in effect for chicago and areas to the south and west of the city. that system will bring us the potential for severe thunderstorms, but thankfully, tornadoes do not look very likely with this system. on 9 future cast, here we are at 10:00 a.m. on sunday. just clouds, but by noon, we will start to see that potential for the thunderstorms moving into the potomac highlands and crossing the blue ridge by 4:00. this system will intensify as we head into monday. by 10:00 p.m. sunday, some scattered showers around and as i mentioned before, you might see some of that steam coming off of the roadway and then the cold front arrives on monday, bringing widespread rain and thunderstorms. that's what we have lying ahead. overnight tonight, partly cloudy, mostly cloudy at times. warm and muggy with lows between 66 and 72. temperatures in the 70s and 80s on sunday morning and in the afternoon. 88 to 94 degrees. isolated shower or thunderstorm is likely on sunday. and then yellow alerts on monday and tuesday with more widespread rain and storms and in the first alert seven-day forecast, af
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 11:00pm EDT
the 70 forecast much more in the seven day forecast coming up. flooding inn caused chicago. drivers had to deal with high water on streets. cancelers were forced to the taste of chicago today. the first time in its 43 year history. the escalating violence in the middle east, israel is now warning people in gaza to leave their homes for their own safety. another sign fighting between israel and the palestinians is only getting worse and tonight we are hearing from a young man who knows about the violence all too well. we spoke with him. he is visiting friends who have become a second family to him, sharing his experiences as a child in gaza and hoping to inspire change in the future. it has been 10 years since he was shot in the back but even now he remembers it as if it were yesterday. israeli soldiers had taken over his home during a time when he had to ask permission to use the bathroom in his own home. a one gunshot took place that is when i fell to the ground. my entire life changed. >> he was paralyzed after being shot by a soldier while officials were visiting his family. >> i
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